Banking Reform in Central Europe and the Former Soviet Union

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The contributors to this volume confront the main requirements placed on Central and East European financial systems during the transition to a market economy. Researchers have a unique opportunity to engage in comparative analysis, as different countries are approaching the building of their banking systems in very different ways.
The 'first wave' of Central European reformers looked to the West for a model of how to transform their state-controlled banking systems so as to ...

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Overview

The contributors to this volume confront the main requirements placed on Central and East European financial systems during the transition to a market economy. Researchers have a unique opportunity to engage in comparative analysis, as different countries are approaching the building of their banking systems in very different ways.
The 'first wave' of Central European reformers looked to the West for a model of how to transform their state-controlled banking systems so as to make them suitable for the needs of the market. These reforms, though far from complete, are now sufficiently advanced for lessons to be drawn from them by the reformers in the former Soviet Union and Balkans. Here leading practitioners and financial advisers analyze the Central European experience and consider its implications for the 'second wave' of reformers.

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Table of Contents

List of Contributors
Acknowledgements
1 Introduction 1
2 The Banking System, Credit and the Real Sector in Transition Economies 16
3 Financial Sector Design, Regulation and Deposit Insurance in Eastern Europe 42
4 Lessons from Bad Loan Management in the East Central European Economic Transition for the Second Wave Reform Countries 58
Comment on Mizsei's 'Lessons' 84
5 Banking Privatization Policy in Poland and Czechoslovakia 89
6 Payment System Reform in Poland 113
7 Reforming the Banking System in Estonia 142
8 The First Stage of Banking Reform in Russia is Completed: What Lies Ahead? 166
9 Banking Reform in Ukraine 183
10 Banking Reform in the Republic of Georgia 197
11 Banking in Romania 212
Index 227
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